Scaffold Viewing Platform at Coughton Court


Coughton Court

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24th Apr 2024 - 31st Aug 2024

UNTIL Saturday 31st August

Scaffold Viewing Platform at Coughton Court

National Trust's Coughton Court officially opens their Scaffold Viewing Platform just in time for the summer.

As part of the major £3.3 million Through the Roof: FuturepROOFing Coughton Court project taking place this year. Coughton Court are offering visitors a once in lifetime opportunity this May half term to scale to new heights with the Scaffold Viewing Platform.

Visitors now have the chance to grab a hi-vis and hard hat and climb 100 steps to the top of the scaffolding. Once there, they will be greeted with stunning views of the Coughton Court estate and the surrounding Alcester countryside. Visitors will have the opportunity to witness specialists working on the Tower roof throughout the open season.

After scaling the heights of the Viewing Platform visitors can dive deeper into Through the Roof: FuturepROOFing Coughton Court in the all-new exhibition located in the Courtyard. This space shares more about the work taking place to preserve, repair and improve the building's roof and façade. Journeying through the last 600 years of Coughton Court history, the house continues to tell these stories, inviting visitors to immerse themselves further into the Through the Roof: FuturepROOFing Coughton Court project.

The Viewing Platform will be open from 11am on open days between May – August 2024 with normal admission applying to non-members. All visitors to the Viewing Platform will be subject to health and safety instruction, protective equipment is provided and required to climb the scaffolding. Children under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by an adult.

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